Magazine CovHER: Natalie Nunn Rolling Out
Former Bad Girls Club reality star Natalie Nunn graced the cover of Rolling Out magazine along with her daughter Journey Ruth Payne.
Natalie gave birth to her daughter, Journey, this past Easter on April 16, 2017. Her daughter was truly a blessing from God after she and her husband suffered a miscarriage. Natalie said she prayed for her baby and God delivered.
Inside the magazine, Natalie dishes on suffering a miscarriage, on motherhood, the meaning behind her daughter’s name and more.
Peep excerpts from the interview below:
My experience with motherhood has been amazing since she’s here. Leading up to it, pregnancy was hard for me. I had morning sickness the entire time. This is the biggest blessing I could ever ask for.
On the meaning behind her daughter’s name:
I wanted her to have a name that started with the letter “J.” Jacob is my husband and I want our kids to have his first initial. My mom said, “This pregnancy has been a journey for you,” and I was like, “Oh my God; her name will be Journey.” [Her middle name, is “Ruth;” it’s Jacob’s grandmother’s name who passed away.]
On growing since reality TV:
I look back and sometimes I cringe. Then I remember the experience. I was in my early 20s. I am 32 now. It has been some time ago. [The] “Bad Girls” days were fun. The biggest change is being married. Jacob really calmed me down.
He really stepped up and tamed the bad girl; I didn’t think it could be done.
On how she doesn’t use the whole “sex sells” demeanor on social media:
I always thought people wanted to see the craziness and people wanted to see the drama … a train wreck show.
Ever since I have been married to Jacob, [I realized] the things that really sell are Jacob and Natalie, and now the baby. I get more likes, engagements and comments. If I share a photo of Jacob and I, the likes are through the roof. I don’t think people are steering away from the train wreck. All of the nonsense that once sold on the shows, people don’t want to see that anymore. They want to see the happy home, the husband and wife, the dad being a dad.
Be sure to catch the full interview over at RollingOut.com.
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